A system is an outcome of a combination of certain components assembled together in a certain order to generate a certain objective. The development of a system entails three aspects: It must be developed to meet a predetermined goal, there must be a direct link of one phase of system development to another and thirdly, the goals of the company must be considered more than the goals of the subsystems.
A system is made up of different parts that coordinate to perform a certain function. Firstly, there is the Output and input part. An output device sends information for processing while the input part displays the outcome. The second part is the processor that translates the input information into output for it to create a meaning to the user. It therefore transforms the input based on the command and the required output of the user. The third part is the control system which is the decision making component of the system. It regulates the activities of the input and output. Feedback part establishes the degree of satisfaction the user has. Positive feedback reinforces the use of the system while negative feedback suggests changes in the system to allow for its quick workability. The environment is the part of the system that creates revenue for the execution of system’s activities. It is the space within the system that allows the system to carry out its activities. The last part of the system is the boundary which defines the limits that a system cannot work beyond. It is therefore the scope of the systems operation.
A system has a broad range of participants when it comes to the definition of the whole concept of a system. They include a system analyst, system programmer and programmer analyst. Firstly, the system analyst carries out research concerning the system. They listen to user needs, user challenges concerning the current systems and the possible solut
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